What is the significance of the three-hour darkness described in Mark 15:33? The authors explore the biblical-theological dimensions to this text. They argue that this is a culmination of a trajectory started in Genesis 1:2-3.
When Christ was crucified, there were various events that happened. This article looks at the three of those events: the darkness that covered the earth (Mark 15:33), the tearing of the temple veil (Mark 15:38), and the confession of the centurion (Mark 15:39).
On the day which we call Good Friday, at noon, suddenly the light of day faded away. The darkness at noon was specifically for Jesus Christ. Or rather, it was an act of God against Him. This article is about the darkness at the crucifixion and Jesus Christ being forsaken by God. The author also looks at Jesus Christ as our righteousness and Psalm 22.